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[texts]Soapbox, vol. 1, no. 2 (May 1935) - University of Chicago Socialist Club (SLID). Dorothy Aldag, Chairman
Second issue of rare magazine issued by the University of Chicago Socialist Club, affiliate of the Student League for Industrial Democracy. Nine issues were produced of this title from 1935 to 1939, with the only extant run in the library of the University of Chicago. No microfilm is available. Frequency of the publication was semi-annual. There are 16 pages in this issue. No copyright in initial publication...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; LID; SLID; Socialist Party of America; League for Industrial Democracy; Student Movement
Downloads: 93
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 05 - Algie Martin Simons (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 5 (July 1904-June 1905) Editor: A.M. Simons (1870-1950) Publisher: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; Industrial Workers of the World; anarcho-syndicalism
Downloads: 165
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 06 - Algie Martin Simons (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 6 (July 1905-June 1906) Editor: A.M. Simons (1870-1950) Publisher: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; SPA; American radicalism; Marxism
Downloads: 173
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 08 - Algie Martin Simons (ed.) / Charles H. Kerr (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 8 (July 1907-June 1908) Editor: A.M. Simons (1870-1950) Editor: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Publisher: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; Industrial Workers of the World; anarcho-syndicalism
Downloads: 202
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 04 - Algie Martin Simons (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 4 (July 1903-June 1904) Editor: A.M. Simons (1870-1950) Publisher: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; Industrial Workers of the World; anarcho-syndicalism
Downloads: 193
[texts]Vor der Wahlschlacht: Lustspiel in 1 Akt - Wilhelm Ludwig Rosenberg (1850-193x)
Vor der Wahlschlacht: Lustspiel in 1 Akt (Before the election battle: comedy in one act) by "W.L.R." (Wilhelm Ludwig Rosenberg) published in New York City by John Oehler, 1887 Rosenberg was the "Corresponding Secretary" (Executive Secretary) of the Socialist Labor Party of America from 1885 to 1889, a writer of poetry and drama. Publisher Oehler was the printer of the SLP's material in this period...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Labor Party of America; SLP; Marxism; Ferdinand Lassalle
Downloads: 159
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 15 - Charles H. Kerr (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 15 (July 1914-June 1915) Publisher and Editor: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Assistant Editor: Mary E. Marcy (1877-1922) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; Industrial Workers of the World; SPA; IWW
Downloads: 505
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 01 - Algie Martin Simons (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 1 (July 1900-June 1901) Editor: A.M. Simons (1870-1950) Publisher: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; SPA; American radicalism; Marxism
Downloads: 382
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 17 - Charles H. Kerr (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 17 (July 1916-June 1917) Publisher and Editor: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Assistant Editor: Mary E. Marcy (1877-1922) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; Industrial Workers of the World; SPA; IWW
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[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 02 - Algie Martin Simons (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 1 (July 1900-June 1901) Editor: A.M. Simons (1870-1950) Publisher: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Published by Charles H. Kerr & Co., Chicago. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by Riazanov LIbrary Digitization Project. Non-commercial use permitted.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; SPA; American radicalism; Marxism; marxist magazines
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[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 07 - Algie Martin Simons (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 7 (July 1906-June 1907) Editor: A.M. Simons (1870-1950) Publisher: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; SPA; American radicalism; Marxism
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[texts]The Real Issue 040315 - C.W. Barzee (editor)
"The Real Issue" No. 5 (March 15, 1904) Official organ of the Socialist Party of Oregon Published in Grants Pass, Oregon C.W Barzee, Editor Marcus W. Robbins, Business Manager Extremely rare four page issue of this SPO newspaper, scanned from a photocopy in the collection of Tim Davenport, Corvallis, OR. Published in the USA prior to 1923, public domain
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; Socialist Party of Oregon; SPA; SPO
Downloads: 108
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 13 - Charles H. Kerr (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 13 (July 1912-June 1913) Publisher and Editor: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Assistant Editor: Mary E. Marcy (1877-1922) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; Industrial Workers of the World; SPA; IWW
Downloads: 640
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 16 - Charles H. Kerr (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 16 (July 1915-June 1916) Publisher and Editor: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Assistant Editor: Mary E. Marcy (1877-1922) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; Industrial Workers of the World; SPA; IWW
Downloads: 381
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 14 - Charles H. Kerr (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 14 (July 1913-June 1914) Publisher and Editor: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Assistant Editor: Mary E. Marcy (1877-1922) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; Industrial Workers of the World; SPA; IWW
Downloads: 688
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 09 - Charles H. Kerr (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 9 (July 1908-June 1909) Publisher and Editor: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Assistant Editor: Mary E. Marcy (1877-1922) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; Industrial Workers of the World; SPA; IWW
Downloads: 557
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 03 - Algie Martin Simons (ed.)
The International Socialist Review, Volume 3 (July 1902-June 1903) Editor: A.M. Simons (1870-1950) Publisher: Charles H. Kerr (1860-1944) Published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. Published prior to 1923, public domain. This document scanned by the Google Books project. All rights of the scanned document reside with Google. Non-commercial use only is permitted by them.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; Industrial Workers of the World; anarcho-syndicalism
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[texts]Sabotage, or, Socialism versus Syndicalism (1913) - James Oneal (1875-1962)
Pamphlet by James Oneal (1875-1962) Published in St. Louis, MO by the National Rip-Saw Publishing Co. Rip-Saw Series No. 20 Published January 1913. First edition of 10,000 copies. Published in the USA prior to 1923, public domain. This pdf edition created as part of the Google Books projects. All rights to the digital file remain with Google, which permits personal use only.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; Industrial Workers of the World; anarcho-syndicalism
Downloads: 194
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 11 - Charles H. Kerr (ed.)
International Socialist Review, volume 11 (July 1910-June 1911) Charles H. Kerr, editor Published by Charles H. Kerr & Co., Chicago Illustrated monthly socialist magazine. This is one of the volumes of ISR missed by Google Books. This scan produced by the Riazanov Library Digitization Project, San Francisco. Scanning by Marty Goodman from bound reprint volumes produced by Greenwood Press. These are bitmap scans, done 2-up...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; SPA; American radicalism; Marxism; Marxist magazines; Industrial Workers of the World; IWW
Downloads: 80
[texts]International Socialist Review (1900) Vol 12 - Charles H. Kerr (ed.)
International Socialist Review, volume 11 (July 1911-June 1912) Charles H. Kerr, editor Published by Charles H. Kerr & Co., Chicago Illustrated monthly socialist magazine. This is one of the volumes of ISR missed by Google Books. This scan produced by the Riazanov Library Digitization Project, San Francisco. Scanning by Marty Goodman from bound reprint volumes produced by Greenwood Press. These are bitmap scans, done 2-up...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; SPA; American radicalism; Marxism; Marxist magazines; Industrial Workers of the World; IWW
Downloads: 60
[texts]Wilshire's Magazine (1903, pt 1). - Gaylord Wilshire (editor)
Wilshire's Magazine, Issues 54, 55, 56, 57, 58 January 1903 - May 1904 (June issue defective) H. Gaylord Wilshire, editor Published in Toronto, ON, Canada Digitized as part of the Google Books Project, all rights to these pdf files reside with Google, who forbids commercial use.
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; Socialism -- Publications -- Canada; Canadian Socialism; Socialist Party of Canada
Downloads: 529
[texts]SPA Membership by Federations - Tim Davenport (editor)
âMembership Series by Language Federation for the Socialist Party of America: Dues Stamps Sold by Month, January 1917 to 1919.â Document originally produced for the Early American Marxism website (www.marxisthistory.org) detailing federation-by-federation and month-by-month paid memberships of the Socialist Party of America from January 1917 to March 1919. Source of the document are figures in the Socialist Party of America papers at Duke University, which were located by historian Theodore Dr...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; foreign language federations; Russian Socialist Federation; Lithuanian Socialist Federation; German Socialist Federation; Jewish Socialist Federation
Downloads: 67
[texts]Words of History -- St. Louis Socialism - G.A. Hoehn (1865-1951)
"Words of History: From the Annual Report (1907-08) of the Editor and Manager of St. Louis Labor which was Read at Last Yearâs Annual General Meeting of Local St. Louis and Adopted," by G.A. Hoehn [Dec. 13, 1908] Published in St. Louis Labor, vol. 6, whole no. 439 (July 3, 1909), pg. 4. Valuable history of the early period of the socialist press in the German-American mecca of St. Louis, Missouri, written by veteran party editor G.A...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Socialist Party of America; SPA; American radicalism; Marxism; Marxist newspapers; Socialist Party of Missouri; St. Louis; Saint Louis; Gottlieb Hoehn; Gus Hoehn
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[texts]The Militant Vol 2 -1929 - James P. Cannon (editor)
The Militant "Semi-Monthly Organ of the Opposition Group in the Workers (Communist) Party" Volume 2, 1929 James P. Cannon, editor. Martin Abern and Max Shachtman, assistant editors. This second volume of the bi-weekly newspaper of the American Trotskyist Opposition features 22 issues, including copious material by Leon Trotsky, James P. Cannon, Max Shachtman, Maurice Spector, and others. This document was created by Martin Goodman of the Riazanov Library Digitization Project and uploaded to Arch...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Communist League of America; CLA; Trotskyism; Communism; Communist Party USA; Workers (Communist) Party of America; CPUSA; W(C)PA; James P. Cannon; Martin Abern; Max Shachtman
Downloads: 227
[texts]The Militant Vol 6 -1933 - James P. Cannon (editor)
The Militant "Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America (Opposition)" Volume 6, 1933 Editorial Board: Martin Abern, James P Cannon, Max Shachtman, Maurice Spector, Arne Swabeck This sixth volume of the official weekly newspaper of the American Trotskyist Opposition features nearly 200 broadsheet pages of content. Numerous articles are included by such leaders of the Left Opposition as Leon Trotsky, Jim Cannon, Arne Swabeck, Max Shachtman, Maurice Spector, and others...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Communist League of America; CLA; Trotskyism; Communism; Communist Party USA; Workers (Communist) Party of America; CPUSA; W(C)PA; James P. Cannon; Martin Abern; Max Shachtman
Downloads: 394
[texts]The Militant Vol 1 -1928 - James P. Cannon (editor)
The Militant "Semi-Monthly Organ of the Opposition Group in the Workers (Communist) Party" Volume 1, 1928 James P. Cannon, editor. Martin Abern and Max Shachtman, assistant editors. This first volume of the Trotskyist opposition expelled from the American Communist Party is a short set, just three bi-weekly issues (Nov. 15, Dec. 1, Dec. 15, 1928). The volume leads off with the programmatic declaration of the three editors, "For the Russian Opposition!" and includes a long statement by Cannon "Co...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Communist League of America; CLA; Trotskyism; Communism; Communist Party USA; Workers (Communist) Party of America; CPUSA; W(C)PA; James P. Cannon; Martin Abern; Max Shachtman
Downloads: 277
[texts]The Militant Vol 4 -1931 - James P. Cannon (editor)
The Militant "Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America (Opposition)" Volume 4, 1931 Editorial Board: Martin Abern, James P Cannon, Max Shachtman, Maurice Spector, Arne Swabeck This fifth volume of the official weekly newspaper of the American Trotskyist Opposition features 51 issues and over 200 pages of content. Numerous articles are included by such leaders of the Left Opposition as Leon Trotsky, Jim Cannon, Arne Swabeck, Max Shachtman, Maurice Spector, and others...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Communist League of America; CLA; Trotskyism; Communism; Communist Party USA; Workers (Communist) Party of America; CPUSA; W(C)PA; James P. Cannon; Martin Abern; Max Shachtman
Downloads: 242
[texts]The Militant Vol 5 -1932 - James P. Cannon (editor)
The Militant "Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America (Opposition)" Volume 5, 1932 Editorial Board: Martin Abern, James P Cannon, Max Shachtman, Maurice Spector, Arne Swabeck This fifth volume of the official weekly newspaper of the American Trotskyist Opposition features 51 issues and over 200 pages of content. Numerous articles are included by such leaders of the Left Opposition as Leon Trotsky, Jim Cannon, Arne Swabeck, Max Shachtman, Maurice Spector, and others...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Communist League of America; CLA; Trotskyism; Communism; Communist Party USA; Workers (Communist) Party of America; CPUSA; W(C)PA; James P. Cannon; Martin Abern; Max Shachtman
Downloads: 393
[texts]New Militant Vol 2 - (1936) - James P. Cannon (editor)
The New Militant Volume 2 (Jan. 4, 1936 to June 6, 1936) Complete run of this rare radical newspaper, the official organ of the Workers Party of the United States (WPUS), headed by A.J. Muste and James P. Cannon. Cannon's Communist League of America terminated its own publication, "The Militant," at the time of its merger with Muste's American Workers Party. This publication was the successor. This publication terminated early in June 1936 when the organization disestablished itself and the bulk...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Workers Party of the United States; WPUS; American Workers Party; Communist League of America; Trotskyism; radicalism; socialism; communism; Socialist Workers Party; James P. Cannon; A.J. Muste
Downloads: 500
[texts]The Militant Vol 7 -1934 - James P. Cannon (editor)
The Militant "Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America (Opposition)" Volume 7, 1934 Editorial Board: Martin Abern, James P Cannon, Max Shachtman, Maurice Spector, Arne Swabeck This sixth volume of the official weekly newspaper of the American Trotskyist Opposition features nearly 200 broadsheet pages of content. Numerous articles are included by such leaders of the Left Opposition as Leon Trotsky, Jim Cannon, Arne Swabeck, Max Shachtman, Maurice Spector, and others...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Communist League of America; CLA; Trotskyism; Communism; Communist Party USA; Workers (Communist) Party of America; CPUSA; W(C)PA; James P. Cannon; Martin Abern; Max Shachtman
Downloads: 280
[texts]New Militant Vol 1 - (1935) - James P. Cannon (editor)
The New Militant Volume 1 (Dec. 15, 1934 to Dec. 28, 1935) Complete run of this rare radical newspaper, the official organ of the Workers Party of the United States (WPUS), headed by A.J. Muste and James P. Cannon. Cannon's Communist League of America terminated its own publication, "The Militant," at the time of its merger with Muste's American Workers Party. This publication was the successor. This pdf was produced by Dr...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Workers Party of the United States; WPUS; American Workers Party; Communist League of America; Trotskyism; radicalism; socialism; communism; Socialist Workers Party; James P. Cannon; A.J. Muste
Downloads: 256
[texts]The Militant Vol 3 -1930 - James P. Cannon (editor)
The Militant "Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America (Opposition)" Volume 3, 1930 James P. Cannon, editor. Martin Abern and Max Shachtman, assistant editors This third volume of the official newspaper of the American Trotskyist Opposition features 34 issues, a reflection of an attempted move to a weekly publication cycle. Numerous articles are included by such leaders of the Left Opposition as Leon Trotsky, Jim Cannon, Arne Swabeck, Max Shachtman, Christian Rakovsky, Maurice Spector, an...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States -- Publications; Communist League of America; CLA; Trotskyism; Communism; Communist Party USA; Workers (Communist) Party of America; CPUSA; W(C)PA; James P. Cannon; Martin Abern; Max Shachtman
Downloads: 181
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